This is Mom standing in front of a statue of a very naked man. Make that one naked man and a naked man-beast.
And two of my favourite women in Paris, Valerie and Gilberte. You've seen them before 'cos we hung out together a lot!
And my favourite new male friend, Steven Guarnaccia. I chose this photo because he's picking up a big piece of meat from the bowl of meat they provide us as a snack that day.
And here I was just impressed that I got a really nice photo of the Eiffel Tower.
Mom on the Ferris Wheel. I loved that danged ferris wheel.
Oh and there is the Ferris Wheel.
This was my first bookstore event, at Les Enfants Sur le Toit. I adored these kids.
So smart, and so many good questions!
One night we actually got to sit outside and watch the world go by as we drank an aperitif under heaters. Heaven.
Well, it's a reading cat. Cat. Book. Two of my favourite things in one piece of grafitti.
Mom and daughter at the fittingly named restaurant, "Meres et Filles."
That park I mentioned in my last post, right across the street from Notre Dame (as you can tell).
And last but not least, me with Nathan and Theo, and I can finally link to Nathan's Blog!
Now it's back to reality. But reality isn't so bad. It's great to see my boys again, and my naughty cats. And I'm working on the substantive rewrite of my new novel, "We Are All Made of Molecules," and I love rewriting. It is so much more fun than staring at the blank page!